There was a lot of drama over the weekend.
Ambitious Two-Two-Five FC had two of their players receiving red cards in their game against Great North Tigers (GNT) at the Francistown stadium.
Still on the field, Sua Flamingoes FC left the diamond mining township of Orapa fuming after one of their player received a red card and ten having been shown yellow cards.
Sua Flamingoes 0-2 Tonota FC
Tonota FC increased Sua Flamingoes’ relegation woes after beating the soda ash miners 2-0 at Sowa sports complex.
Thato Motswagole and Ditiro Mmolawa scored in either side to claim an important victory away from home. The win was crucial in the sense that Tonota will be moving out of relegation.
GNT 2-2 Two-Two-Five
There was drama at the Francistown stadium.
Crunch tackles were the order of the day as teams fight for survival.
Teams are fighting for a better position that will guarantee better prize money at the end of the season.
The launch of the Debswana sponsorship has brought some life in many teams in the lower division.
And it is not surprising that three players received red cards in the GNT/Two-Two-Five game.
Orapa United register a double win
High riding Orapa United FC increased their chances of being crowned the first title holders of the newly launched Debswana First Division North League.
The Nchime ‘Mainstay’ Modise coached side underlined its quality after winning two games in 24hours.
On Saturday afternoon, Orapa United walloped Sankoyo Bush Bucks 2-0 before thrashing visiting Sua Flamingoes 5-3 in an exciting encounter. Orapa is destined for premier league!
Amakhosi 1-1 Green Lovers
Promising Green Lovers FC failed to utilize their home advantage after being held to a 1-all draw against Amakhosi FC in Serowe.
Green Lovers have maintained their third position on the log table.
Despite being their debut season in the country’s second tier league, Green Lovers have been outstanding and much promising.
FC Satmos 2-0 Maun Tigers
Mooketsi ‘China’ Mading defied all odds and managed to collect maximum points in Maun where many clubs have failed.
Clubs have been complaining about the biasness of referees in Maun.
Despite the popular belief that teams that go to Maun comes back empty handed, Satmos beat Maun Tigers 2-0 in their own backyard.